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Abortion Disclaimer Ordinance Violates First Amendment (access required)

The district court was correct to strike down a Baltimore ordinance requiring pregnancy centers that do not offer or refer for abortions to disclose that fact via waiting-room signage, the circuit court said. The Greater Baltimore Center for Pregnancy Concerns ...

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Va. Cir. Ct.: Nonparent Seeking Custody Must Show Harm to Child if Not Granted (access required)

R.H., a 9-year-old girl, had lived her entire life with her mother and maternal grandmother, in her grandmother’s spacious home. R.H. was in good health and well-adjusted, with no developmental delays. R.H.’s father, who currently lives in a one-bedroom home ...

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Eighth Amendment – ‘Rough Ride’ – Excessive Force – Deliberate Indifference (access required)

If, as the plaintiff-prisoner forecasts, prison guards gave him a “rough ride” in a prison van in order to teach him a lesson about filing grievances, then the driver used excessive force and the other guard was deliberately indifferent. The ...

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Fourth Amendment – Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure – Military Rule of Evidence 315(d) – Probable Cause – Exclusion – Good Faith Exception (access required)

U.S. v. Gregory Kyle Seerden (VLW 017-3-446,18pp.) (Raymond A. Jackson, J.) 2:17cv67; E.D. Va. Motion to suppress evidence obtained through search of cellular telephone following indictment on four counts related to child pornography. Holding: Where a first warrant for a ...

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